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EVERYTIME THE SCIENCE TEACHERS DO AN EXPERIMENT THE FLAME GOES OUT ON THE BURNER WHEN TURNED TO FULL THERE IS A SUPPLY OF GAS AT ALL TIMES WHAT COULD THE PROBLEM BE.
Alcohol is a flamable liquified gas.. Since the burner is full and then you lit the burner up, the fire is near the mouth of the burner that's why the alcohol attracts the fire easily... try decreasing the the amount of alcohol.. another problem maybe, there's a leak on the seal of the burner..
Posted on Feb 18, 2014
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